Welcome to the home of Hamble United Football Club. Here you can find out about all the events, teams and projects going on at HUFC.
Hamble united isn’t a Solent Sports team but the two clubs work closely together to provide a better football experiance.
For more information about our teams please click the buttons below which will take you to the Full Time site.
To register for our Saturday Morning Soccer School hit the Contact us button.
We are lucky to have an amazing home ground at Mallards Moor in Hamble.
If your visiting us please park in Hamble Sports Complex and cross over the road.
Toilets can be found in the Sports Complex and changing rooms can be booked if required (for a small charge).
We have a small tea hut on site serving refreshments on match days
Safeguarding and codes of conduct.
Safeguarding is first and foremost the most important thing at the Hamble United.
All players and staff should feel safe, welcome and be able to enjoy playing football without fear of violence, discrimination or aggresive behaviour.
If you feel that something isn’t right or witness something that has caused concern regarding how our young players are treat please contact the Club Welfare Officer- Sarah Sutton by email at Ssuttoncwohufc@gmail.com
If it’s something you feel you need to take further please contact the Safeguarding team ta Hampshire FA below.
History of the Club
Hamble United was founded in 2005 by lifelong president Gary Curtis who was the club chairman until 2021.
The club became a registered charity in 2015 with an aim to promote football for all local youths.
In 2022 Tony Hammond became the club chairman.
In 2023 Steven Fletcher became the club chairman.